An untold story about a journey that revolves around amazing places, unforgettable people and invaluable observations of life. According to my observations and experiences, a person sees and learns so many things in a day's journey that he cannot learn even after spending a whole year in ordinary life.
Did I know that in Maldivian society, there are three more sexes besides men and women? What I did know is that there is a place in Sri Lanka where people use a method of fishing that is not done anywhere else in the world. What I did know was that the place where I was boarding the train with my ticket was in the middle of the forest. Why has the train stopped here today and who has gone crazy?
The story consists of personal experiences and opinions where it is told how an ordinary person sees things, life from his individual and unique perspective. This story is about a man who, after a lot of brainstorming, found out that in Sri Lanka there was no need to explain to a waiter for half an hour to ask for salt because in Sinhala salt is called lone (if you don't You know why this thing makes sense because in Punjabi too salt is called salt. Unlike the countless travelogues I have read, I have made every effort to put this book into practice.
I didn't want this story to be presented in fictional costumes, it's about real places and real people. You can even use the contents of this book as a guidebook for these countries. However, one thing I have learned and understood well is that the destination is not as important as the journey and the route.